Libraries are a lynchpin for national, state, and local digital inclusion efforts—particularly our 16,500+ public library locations across the country.
Upon reflection, it is easy to see that 2018 was a year of widening divides. Communications policy was no exception.
The FCC's Restoring Internet Freedom Order is Ignorant of and Conflicts With the Internet's Architecture
The Federal Communications Commission’s 2018 Restoring Internet Freedom (RIF) Order reclassified broadband Internet access service from a telecommunications service to an information service, largely on the basis of an i
On Dec 6, the US Census Bureau released the 2013-2017 American Community Survey (ACS) five-year estimate including data on internet subscription rates.
Today we mark a trifecta of governmental malfeasance: last year, the FCC’s majority ignored bipartisan public support for the net neutrality protections the Commission adopted in 2015; it displayed a flawed and factually inaccurate understanding o
The lack of affordable broadband access in the US has resulted in large-scale educational inequities especially in rural areas where 31 percent of Americans have no choice of broadband providers.
For Louis Brandeis, antitrust would serve both social and economic goals.
Digital Skills and Job Training: Community-driven initiatives are leading the way in preparing Americans for today’s jobs
The American job market, by a lot of measures, seems very healthy.
On Oct 10, privacy advocates got their turn to speak before the Senate Commerce Committee, laying out the necessity of a national privacy law that goes beyond the protections already offered by some states. The hearing highlighted that consumer ad